Password Manager

How to use the Pleasant Password Server tool

Pleasant Password Server is a simple and easy-to-use password management system compatible with KeePass and Password Safe. It provides secure storage and retrieval of multi-user passwords from a central server database. It utilizes administrative control over user access to passwords and secrets stored in the database. In this article, we shall discuss How to use the Pleasant Password Server tool. Please see How to install Pleasant Password Server, and How To Use Pleasant Password Private Folder.

There are basically two ways of using the Password Server. These are as follows:

  1. By using the Web URL or
  2. By using KeePass Desktop Client for Pleasant Solutions

Access Pleasant Password Manager via the Web URL

Access the URL to the web interface:

Once logged on, you are granted access to the password resources based on your job role and these steps are very straightforward.

Enter your login credentials as shown below and click on sign in as shown below.

You will be requested to enter your token from the Microsoft Authenticator.

There are numerous authentication apps out there. You can use any of the Authenticators. 

And click on sign in. This will open up the Pleasant Password Server Web interface to password resources you are permitted to access.

Please see how to export passwords from KeePass Database to Pleasant Password Server, and how to import Users and Groups into Pleasant Password Manager. Also, see how to fix “Errors associated with Pleasant Password“.

Integrate KeePass Desktop Client for Pleasant Password Solutions

If you are familiar with KeePass, you can connect to the Password Server as well by using the KeePass Desktop Client for Pleasant Solutions. Here are the steps for Installing and Using the KeePass Desktop Client for Pleasant Solutions.

Install KeePass Desktop Client for Pleasant Solutions. Start KeePass Desktop Client as shown below

Enter your username and password.

Next, enter the Pleasant Password Manager URL in the Server text box:

Click on login, and accept the SSL error. Click on YES

This will now request for the token configured. See your Microsoft Authenticator. Or any of the Authentication Apps used

Access will be granted to the Password resources on the server.

The image below shows the User Interface that will be displaced. 

I hope you found this blog post on how to use the Pleasant Password Server tool helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.

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